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Shaun Gunner

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* [[2012]]: [[Amon Hen 236|''Amon Hen'' 236]]
 
* [[2012]]: [[Amon Hen 236|''Amon Hen'' 236]]
 
** "Glorfindel(s), I Miss You!"
 
** "Glorfindel(s), I Miss You!"
* [[2013]]: ''[[Hither Shore (journal)|Hither Shore]]'' (''forthcoming'')
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* [[2013]]: [[Amon Hen 240|''Amon Hen'' 240]]
** "Two Swedish Interviews with J.R.R. Tolkien" (co-editor with [[Morgan Thomsen]])
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* [[2013]]: [[Amon Hen 240|''Amon Hen'' 240]] (''forthcoming'')
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** "The Hobbit Premiere: An Unexpected Pleasure"
 
** "The Hobbit Premiere: An Unexpected Pleasure"
 
* [[2013]]: [[Mallorn 54|''Mallorn'' 54]] (''forthcoming'')
 
* [[2013]]: [[Mallorn 54|''Mallorn'' 54]] (''forthcoming'')
 
** "A Long-Awaited Pleasure" (review of ''[[The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey]]'')
 
** "A Long-Awaited Pleasure" (review of ''[[The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey]]'')
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* [[2013]]: ''[[Hither Shore (journal)|Hither Shore]]'' (''forthcoming'')
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** "Two Swedish Interviews with J.R.R. Tolkien" (co-editor with [[Morgan Thomsen]])
  
 
===Interviews===
 
===Interviews===

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Shaun Gunner is the Chairman-elect, and current trustee and Publicity Officer, of The Tolkien Society,[1] and was the Deputy Chair of The Return of the Ring: Celebrating Tolkien in 2012.[2] He is an administrator (User:Mith) of the Tolkien Gateway website, and an advisor and assistant to Emil Johansson's The Lord of the Rings Project.[3] He has also contributed to the journals Amon Hen, Hither Shore, and Mallorn.

Gunner is a politics graduate and lives in Rustington, Sussex.[1][4]

Bibliography

Articles

Interviews

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Shaun Gunner" , Twitter.com (accessed 20 June 2012)
  2. Lyn Whitaker, "Along the Road", Amon Hen 234, p. 8
  3. Shaun Gunner, "Member Profile", Amon Hen 235, pp. 33-34
  4. "Shaun Gunner" , Archiver.co (accessed 20 June 2012)
Shaun Gunner
Preceded by:
Sally Kennett
Chairman-elect of The Tolkien Society
Takes office from 21 April 2013
Incumbent